Important blood values
First of all, let’s take a look at which values are really interesting/relevant in the first instance.
Thyroid blood levels
– your “energy hormone”
– (“Storage hormone”) is formed in the thyroid gland and converted to fT3 in the liver, for example
– sends the thyroid a kind of “requirement message” about how much thyroid hormone is currently needed in the body
– MAK ( or TPO-AK, microsomal AK), indicates the activity of Hashimoto, TAK and TRAK
– TAK (TG-AK, thyroglobulin-AK), increased in SD diseases
– TRAK (TSH receptor antibodies), increased in Morbus Basedow
Liver values, blood sugar and inflammation values
– GPT, GOT, Gamma GT, LDL, HDL, Cholesterol
– Glucose (taken on an empty stomach in the morning) is a snapshot
– HbA1 and HbA1c is the long-term value
– Leukocytes (white blood cells) = important for the immune system
(These values should always be within the normal range of the laboratory)
Further conclusions about any existing problems can be drawn from the values.
Add the same measurement units to your values in the appropriate “Lab value” fields (usually they can be found at the end or next to the measurement values).